07738 546667



Sessions are charged at £50.00 per

50-minute session

I offer a free 20 minute telephone consultation to answer any questions and assess if I can help


Sessions are currently via Zoom, WhatsApp or by telephone due to COVID 19

About Me

Sometimes, whatever your age, it is hard to talk to friends or family about what you are going through and how it makes you feel.  The advice given, though often well-meant, can be confusing, perhaps coming from people who are too close and trying to ‘fix’ things. 


The counselling room is a place to offload. It is a place to get a different perspective; to regain some lost strength and to gain a better understanding of where you are now and make positive choices for the future with someone who cares and won’t judge you.

My Approach

My approach is to use common sense and is simple. I follow you and your needs, working alongside you in a safe, confidential way, listening carefully, reflecting back and clarifying confusion. This counselling process helps you to deal with the things that need to be changed and to come to terms with those that can’t, to help you move forward.

Alongside my private practice I have worked as a counsellor for a bereavement charity, a family mediation organisation, in primary schools, a children’s home and as a telephone counsellor for an Employee Assistance provider. I have a particular interest in supporting parents and young people adjusting to life after separation and coping with new step families. 

How I Can Help

Common issues I work with but not limited to




Relationship and family difficulties

Bereavement and Loss

Work challenges

Depression and Low Mood

Self Harm

Anger issues

Fully insured, DBS checked and an Accredited Member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy, abiding by their code of ethics. I also work as an affiliate counsellor with a number of EAP providers, including BUPA and Optum.